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Leonard Lee, Managing Director, Go-Ahead Singapore

Leonard Lee appointed Managing Director of Go-Ahead Singapore

  • New leadership at Go-Ahead Singapore, effective this month
  • Andy Thompson to return to the UK to take up a new role at The Go-Ahead Group
  • Go-Ahead Singapore operates 440 buses and employs more than 1,000 people
Passengers board one of the first of Manchester's franchised bus services. The Go-Ahead Group mobilised the first services under the city's new Bee Network from depots in Bolton and Wigan this morning.

Go-Ahead mobilises Manchester's first Bee Network buses

  • More than 600 Go-Ahead colleagues involved in overnight launch of Manchester's first franchised buses
  • Go North West takes over depots in Bolton and Wigan
  • Manchester's mayor, Andy Burnham, on hand to see the first buses off shortly after 5am
Bee Network Go-Ahead drivers

Go-Ahead invests £40 million in drivers and buses for Bee Network launch

  • Go-Ahead bus drivers travel from across the UK to support launch
  • 102 new buses form part of Bee Network fleet in Bolton and Wigan
  • Bee Network buses will begin carrying passengers at 5am on Sunday
Old and new buses lined up in a depot, with a cleaner sweeping the floor in front of them.

The final countdown: Go-Ahead prepares to operate Manchester’s first Bee Network buses

  • Yellow Bee Network buses will roll out of depots in Bolton and Wigan on Sunday morning
  • Customers to benefit from safe, secure, comfortable zero-emission buses
  • Go North West welcomes colleagues from 6 incumbent bus brands, plus drivers new to the industry
  • Over 1,000 colleagues are ready to operate 320 buses on 50 routes
Angie Doll

Angie Doll appointed Chief Executive Officer of Govia Thameslink Railway

  • Leadership transition at Britain’s biggest rail company with effect from the end of November
  • Angie Doll steps up from Chief Operating Officer to become Chief Executive Officer
  • After five years at GTR, Patrick Verwer moves to The Go-Ahead Group as Rail CEO
New Forest Tour 2

Open Top Cup: Go-Ahead routes vie for title of Britain’s best open top bus route

Two scenic bus routes operated by The Go-Ahead Group are competing this weekend for the coveted title of Britain’s favourite open top bus tour.

A bus driver behind the wheel of a bus in Brighton

From Kyiv to Brighton: Ukrainian evacuee drives buses for Go-Ahead

  • Former HGV driver is first to complete training under scheme to recruit Ukrainian refugees as bus drivers
  • Initiative to hire Ukrainians has been developed in partnership with the Department for Work and Pensions
Wiltshire Connect

On-demand bus service operated by Go-Ahead connects rural Wiltshire communities

  • Buses on demand launched this week for locals and visitors in the North Wessex Downs
  • All trips priced at £2-a-ride under UK Government bus fares price cap
  • Wiltshire Connect is Go-Ahead’s fourth demand-responsive rural bus service in England
Work begins on installing electric charging points for zero emission buses at The Go-Ahead Group's Cowley depot in Oxford, in July 2023.

The Go-Ahead Group creating world leading electric charging hub in Oxford

  • Work begins on installing 104 electric charging points at Go-Ahead's Oxford Bus Company depot in Cowley
  • The facility will be among the largest zero-emission bus charging hubs in Britain
  • Electric buses in Oxford will take to the streets later this year co-funded by operators, the local authority and the Department for Transport
A Go-Ahead London bus on Tower Bridge

The Go-Ahead Group makes senior engineering appointments

  • Richard Harrington appointed Go-Ahead Group’s Engineering Director
  • Chris McKeown promoted to Engineering Director at Go-Ahead London
Dervla Mckay 2

Dervla McKay appointed Managing Director of Go-Ahead Ireland

  • New MD will oversee 225 buses and 760 colleagues operating services in and around Dublin
  • Dervla McKay replaces Andrew Edwards, who is moving to Go-Ahead London
  • Go-Ahead Ireland depot is being expanded to increase capacity
Apprentice Engineer, Alisha Juszczyk, Camberwell Bus Academy

Go-Ahead is named the fifth top apprenticeship employer in the UK, securing its top position in the UK transport industry

  • Transport operator ranked 5th on the list of the UK’s Top 100 Apprenticeship Employers 
  • The group beats its previous ranking at 13, and secures its position as top apprenticeships employer in the UK transport industry 
  • Go-Ahead is currently training 1,020 apprentices across bus operations, rail operations, and its head office functions